PS4 is pretty cheap nowadays and gets good bundles pretty frequently. It's also easy to get games cheap either by buying used or getting the GOTY edition, which usually comes with DLC for free.
Say that you want, but it looks like a trash. I have no idea what is happening there.This is 2D...
If you see gaming as a casual hobby, it doesn't really make sense to spend ~$300 just to get a console and then another ~$200 for a bunch of games, when you already own a platform you can use for gaming. Instead, spend some time figuring out how you can get that "I don't care, I just want to play a game" feeling from your PC.It's not like I don't like games on either, but all I think I would like is quite limited and I'm more casual gamer at best.
Well I would definitely miss out some current gen titles, so I wonder if they would be backwards compatible then. I only had 360 and One just doesn't have much that I never tried before, but I certainly would miss out Sony titles, that I never tried before and I have no idea if I like them or not. What I dislike is series continuing for very long time like Yakuza and you have to probably dig out PS2 to know what happened before PS3 era and even PS4 era.Side note, there's good reason to think that the next generation of consoles is coming 2019, a lot of larger developers are gearing up for "next gen" for expected 2019-2020 releases, suggesting they know something we don't. So whether you want a console that will last longer for new titles or an existing console for a good price, it's probably worthwhile waiting a bit.